In 2005, the Royal Bank of Scotland issued a commemorative £5 note featuring the golfer Jack Nicholas. In mint, uncirculated condition, this is now worth $17 (about £10). Any other quality (used, creased, etc) is worth face value only.
It is all about the condition as if it is in mint condition it will be worth more than if it is ripped.
It is worth more than £5.
Depends who signed it. They are not going for brilliant money at the minute.
£40 but nerdiest to be in mint condition.
Look up your local Yellow Pages telephone directory under "Coin Dealers". Alternatively, try eBay.
The Royal Bank of Scotland, Jack Nicklaus Five Pound note is currently retailing for up to £40 GBP in mint condition and its original packaging, depending on the type of presentation set it was sold in. There were 2 million printed. Circulated, they are worth Five Pounds, having lost their collector appeal as an uncirculated note.
Other than the reigning Monarch, the Bank of England has never issued bank notes with living persons on them. The Royal Bank of Scotland has issued commemorative Pound Sterling notes as follows - £20 note featuring Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother in 2000. £5 note featuring Jack Nicklaus in 2005.
The Bank of England One Pound note was demonetised in 1988.
The Value of a misprinted one pound note there is no real value it depends what dealers etc will pay for it I would reckon about £20
The last British One Pound note was issued in 1984. The One Pound note ceased to be Legal Tender in 1988.
The Bank of England issued the last One Pound note in 1984, then withdrew and demonetised the One Pound note in 1988, after it was replaced by the One Pound coin in 1983.
The first British Fifty Pound note was issued in 1725.
The face value of a Scottish banknote is exactly the same as the face value of the same denomination of English banknote.